About the Building Officials Institute of New Zealand
The Institute is a non-profit registered charitable organisation. The Institute has a national office based in Wellington and nine branches nationwide. The Institute represents over 1200 members engaged in building controls in both the public and private sectors.
The Training Academy provides relevant, up-to-date quality training and events for building control staff, the building industry, and anyone who is interested in building compliance and quality building outcomes.
These courses offer the flexibility to learn at your own pace, at a time that works for you. Each course takes between 1 and 2 hours depending on your existing knowledge base.
On Friday 16 February 2024, the Building Officials Institute of New Zealand ratified and passed its new Constitution reflecting compliance under the Incorporated Societies Act 2022 and recommended changes to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of this governing document for the Institute.
The Board of the Building Officials Institute of New Zealand (BOINZ) is inviting all financial voting category members of the Institute to a Special General Meeting on 16th February at 11:30am virtually via Zoom.
The meeting has been called to consider and recommend adoption of the Institute's proposed new constitution draft as required under the Incorporated Societies Act 2022.
Post-event rapid building assessments establish building usability after an emergency event has struck an area. Section 133BT of the Building Act 2004 gives 'responsible persons' the powers to prohibit or restrict the use of the building.
MBIE have produced a video to support building owners and occupiers when their building receives a placard.
Join the Building Officials Institute of New Zealand
Becoming a member of BOINZ signals your commitment to the Building Control Surveying profession and your career. The education, learning and networking opportunities BOINZ provides will add value to your organisation and personal success by helping you develop professional skills and knowledge and reflect your commitment to professionalising the sector.